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Mental health services for looked after children and care leavers – new survey results

6th July 2020

NEWS: Healthy London Partnership (HLP) today (Monday, 6 July 2020) have published a report on the survey of mental health services for looked after children and care leavers. The report draws attention to themes emerging from a survey undertaken during 2019 of mental health services for looked after children and care leavers across London by […]

Mental health in schools toolkit relaunched

1st June 2020

Supporting children and young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health is critical to help them achieve their potential. Since the coronavirus outbreak, many young people feel worried, anxious or isolated during these challenging times, but there are things we can all do to help and to prevent things from becoming more serious. From […]

Healthy Schools London

29th October 2015

Supported through the Greater London Authority, Healthy Schools London is an award scheme for schools, which can be achieved at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels. Emotional wellbeing and mental health is one of the key elements in achieving the awards. The site gives further information on how to achieve the awards and a range of additional […]

Government guidance

1st October 2015

See our summaries of key government documents and guidance in relation to mental health and wellbeing of children and young people and school.  Counselling in schools: a blueprint for the future: Departmental advice for school leaders and counsellors (February 2016) This government document gives a range of advice on establishing counselling services within schools. It states: ‘Our […]